Thursday, 26 July 2018
Spectacular new conservatory at Malin Court affords guests stunning views of Arran and the Firth of Clyde
A giant 120 sq. metre conservatory, with stunning views of the Firth of Clyde and the island of Arran, has been opened last week at Malin Court, the long-established hotel and nursing home which sits adjacent to Turnberry Golf course on the panoramic south Ayrshire coast.
The biggest conservatory manufactured to date by leading Scottish home improvement business CR Smith, the new structure is designed to enhance Malin Court’s appeal as a destination venue for both hotel guests and visitors.
Officially opened by John Dalrymple Hamilton, Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Ayrshire and Arran, who has long family connections with Malin Court, the new structure is to be called The Boyd Lounge, after Boyd Tunnock CBE, the current chairman of Malin Court and a great supporter over many years.
[Pictured: John Dalrymple Hamilton, Vice Lord-Lieutenant of
Ayrshire & Arran, with Boyd Tunnock CBE, chairman of Malin Court.]
Malin Court general manager Joan Dunlop said: “It is the perfect place to enjoy morning coffee or afternoon tea. We also think the new conservatory creates a magnificent space for weddings, anniversary parties and all kinds of functions.”
Kevin Eadie of CR Smith said: “The conservatory at Malin Court is the largest structure we have built to date. Its high energy efficient windows and solar central glass roof were designed and built specifically to accommodate Malin Court’s wonderful location on the edge of the Firth of Clyde. Its aluminium frame is specially-designed to support the expansive glass structure in all weathers.”
Malin Court is a hotel and care home which sits adjacent to Turnberry Golf Course and next to the picturesque village of Maidens. It has 18 ensuite bedrooms, a self-catering cottage and an AA Rosette-awarded restaurant. It is also a unique care home, providing nursing, residential and respite care for approximately 30 residents.
Posted by the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle.